Is IShowSpeed playing in the Sidemen Charity Match 2023?


THE Sidemen will hold their fifth charity football event which will see them join forces with some of the biggest names in entertainment.

Here we find out if popular YouTuber IShowSpeed will be taking part in the event.

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Is IShowSpeed playing in the Sidemen Charity Match 2023?

The Sidemen Charity Match lineup will be made up of some of the world’s most popular streamers.

IShowSpeed has been confirmed to take part in the charity match.

During the 2022 match, he was a standout competitor thanks to his hilarious antics on the field.

Naturally, fans wanted to see him return for another year.

Joining IShowSpeed in the lineup is:

Mr Beast
Theo Baker
Chandler (Chandler Hallow)
Danny Aarons
Max Fosh
Niko Omilana

Did he complete KSI’s kick up challenge?

KSI issued a challenge where he asked Speed to perform 20 kickups without letting the ball touch the ground.

If he could do it, he’d be invited to take part in the Charity Match.

The content creator posted a video on Twitter doing just that, showing off his ball skills and captioned the video: “20 kickups do I play in the charity match now KSI?”

KSI replied to the video, sharing it on his own Twitter feed and wrote: “Congrats bro. Welcome to the Sidemen Charity match.”

When is the Sidemen Charity Match?

The 2023 event will be held on September 9, 2023.

Kick-off is yet to be confirmed but it’s likely to be at 3 pm.

You can watch the match on YouTube via the official Sidemen channel.

British rapper Aitch will be performing at the halftime show.

The match will take place at London Stadium, which is considerably larger than in previous years.

The event was first held in 2016, with this year’s fifth outing set to be the biggest yet, with all 62,000 tickets selling out in less than two hours.

In August 2023 the Sidemen were presented with a Guinness World Record for the 2022 match, as it was the most watched live sports event on YouTube ever.

That match raised £1m for good causes, including Teenage Cancer Trust.

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